Introduction

This guide will show how to fix squeaky parts on the wheelchair.

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Pièces

Aucune pièce nécessaire.

Locate the source of the squeaking. Typically, this will be one of the rear wheels, castor wheels, or brakes. Clean and remove any dirt or rust from the source of the squeaking.
  • Locate the source of the squeaking.

  • Typically, this will be one of the rear wheels, castor wheels, or brakes.

  • Clean and remove any dirt or rust from the source of the squeaking.

  • You may need to partially disassemble the squeaky part in order to thoroughly clean it.

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Check for improper assembly.
  • Check for improper assembly.

  • Refer to the teardown to check that the wheelchair is properly assembled.

  • Check for proper lubrication. If not lubricated, lubricate thoroughly with bike grease.

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Roll the wheelchair around to check if the squeaking has stopped.
  • Roll the wheelchair around to check if the squeaking has stopped.

  • If the squeaking still continues, recheck the chair until the problem is fixed.

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Conclusion

Squeaking can be caused by overly tightened connections. If problem still occurs after going through steps, try to slightly loosen bolts (half a turn of the wrench) near the source of squeaking.

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Kali Slaughter

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A quick spray of Extralube C60 Trigger Spray will keep the components rust free and spinning for much longer... worth a go www.team-zx1.com

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